Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) is now accepting vendor and musician applications for the 2017 YLNI Farmer’s Market season.
YLNI is again partnering with the History Center to bring local commerce to downtown Fort Wayne each weekend. The YLNI Farmer’s Market is a signature initiative for YLNI and brings an average of 1,800 people downtown each Saturday morning from May through September.
The YLNI Farmer’s Market on Barr Street features a wide array of local vendors. Everything from locally grown produce and handmade baked goods, to ceramics, artisan soaps, and candles are sold. YLNI also books local musicians to provide entertainment for market patrons. Look for exciting events happening at the market by liking the market on facebook.com/YLNIFarmersMarket.
The YLNI Farmer’s Market is hosted in the footprint of the historic Fort Wayne Barr Street Market, at the corner of Barr and Wayne Streets, which is owned by the History Center. The market will run from 9am to 1pm each Saturday from May 20 to September 9 and during those hours the History Center offers free admission to museum visitors.
If interested in becoming a 2017 YLNI Farmer’s Market vendor or musician, please go to ylni.org/farmers-market to complete an online application; or attend a vendor meeting on Thursday, March 2 at 6:00 p.m. at the History Center, 302 East Berry Street.
For additional details visit ylni.org/farmers-market or email specific questions to email@example.com.